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CDCD would like to announce new job opportunities:

Housing First Case Worker

The Housing First Case Worker provides and coordinates all services in the Housing First Program. The Housing First Case Worker will have a primary caseload of ten to fifteen clients who have a history of homelessness, mental illness, substance abuse, and/or face multiple barriers. The Housing First Case Worker develops positive relationships with landlords and provides connections to community-based services that are designed to promote the stability, recovery and community reintegration of individuals.

Resettlement & Housing Support Worker

The Resettlement and Housing Support Worker is responsible for assessing temporary resident individuals and families’ needs, and providing support, guidance, information, and referrals to services to help them to resettle and be housed.
Using Trauma-informed and Gender-Equity approaches, the Resettlement and Housing Support Worker provides housing support to Durham Ukrainian Humanitarian Response Project eligible individuals and families. The successful incumbent will also provide support to the Resettlement and Housing teams with data tracking and administrative duties.
This position will be contracted till June 16, 2023, with a possibility of extension, subject to funding.

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Manager, Social Planning and Research

The Manager, Social Planning and Research will report to CDCD’s Executive Director. The successful incumbent will be responsible for providing oversight and leading the coordination of daily operations of the Community Development Department. The Manager, Social Planning and Research will also be responsible for conducting research, analyzing policy and producing social reports in order to develop positions and recommend strategies on major social, employment and civic issues. The incumbent will also manage projects with a community development lens, work closely with stakeholders/funders and successfully complete various grant proposals and report writing.

The Manager, Social Planning and Research will keep abreast of the workflow to identify issues, improve processes, and problem-solve with staff to ensure the highest level of service to the Durham community. Moreover, the incumbent will assist CDCD’s Executive Director with the implementation of agency’s strategic plan.

For more information, please see the attached job postings and the application process at: